Life in a potable barrack in the shipyard brings back memories
Detyens shipyard...USCGC LAUREL, 1993 or 94 it would have been. Wooden drydock and all our meals at the Texaco station while the galley was closed. Not ideal, but at least now I learned who actually eats those hot dogs that have been on the rollers under the heat lamp for 37 hours 🤣
Shipwright at CNSYD for 22 years spent many hours & days docking US Naval Subs & Surface Crafts in the Drydocks plus lots of Retrofits!!! We were taught to "Work Smarter Not Harder."
This is awesome!! Great place to be dry docked at!
This is so neat!
Looks like the old days been there done that a few times brings back memories.
Doing what we do best!
We need more posted like this! Especially DryDock#5
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